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last saw her husband david. they had gone jetskiing on a lake that borders mexico when david was shot and killed. >> i was going back two years ago and feeling the same emotions and wondering is this going to be -- is this going to be it? am i finally going to get what i've been looking for? >> reporter: tiffany says she was surprised by the news of the arrest of martinez, the so-called squirrel. she hopes the arrest leads to finding david's body. >> that's been our call ever since day one, you know, that david would be found and that his remains would be returned so we could, you know, honor him the way that he wanted to be, but as a family be able to find that closure. >> reporter: on monday the mexican navy announced that they had arrested the drug leaders known as the squirrel. he was captured in mexico this weekend after a shootout with authorities and is suspected of multiple murders in northern mexico. >> all we know is the mexico authorities have captured somebody, and they have him detained and who possibly had something to do with david's murder and also the other murders al
family. >> my dream vacation... i've been to mexico a few times. i think i would go back there. >> who knows? probably somewhere in south america. it would be really interesting to go there. all the mountains and waterfalls -- lot of nature. looks awesome to go there. >> i would probably to australia because there are really cool animals there and it just seems like it would be a really cool experience. >> probably l.a. 'cause it's a really nice city. you know, who wouldn't want summer all year? >> hawaii because i like the area of it, the beaches, the coast, and the wildlife there. >> i think i would go to miami. it seems like a very fun place. >> i would say...i don't know. i really like space. i feel like everything else is just sort of really attainable, but going to space -- going to the moon just seems really cool. >> the nice thing about dream vacations is that you can go anywhere you want -- and the price is right. >> the saying "you'd better eat your vegetables" has taken on a whole new meaning for a group of students. eden has the story. >> these students are digging into a n
508 hundred from as far away as new mexico and louisiana, -- 500 and 800 from as far away as mexico and louisiana and georgia. the goal is to have as many as she can have in place before the storm hits. >> the governor is concerned that early voting could be impacted by the storm. it starts tomorrow and last six days. the declaration he signed earlier today gives them the authority to postpone a day or two if necessary. the fells point farmers' market will be open for business tomorrow. >> that is good to know the farmers market will be open. you can always track hurricane at sandy's movement on our interactive radar. you can see how to prepare for power outages. find all on >> there is an arrest warrant tonight for the mother of one of the teenagers who admitted responsibility in the shooting death of monae turnage. the warrant accuses veronica alford of trying to cover up the shooting and trying to hide the victim's body. >> obstructing and injuring a police investigation is one of the allegations against veronica alford. police accuse her of being an accessory after t
to get into the u.s. from mexico by the way of a makeshift ramp. the truck was dangling. men managed to give back to mexico. the truck and the ramp was seized. >> al l right. 41 degrees at the airport. >> we have another accident at the sykesville area. we have a serious accident on the capital beltway. >> the weather will be quiet in chilly. we will check the seven-day forecast. very low wi >> sandy's impact wasn't as powerful as it could have been here. >> b.g.e. crews have been working around the clock. joining us with more is ken. thank you for coming in. you lost power as well. >> yes, we did. >> your crews have done a fantastic job restoring power. >> we have restored about 260,000. as the storm moves on, the jobs are smaller. we still have more people coming in from texas and oklahoma and new mexico, a total of 14 states and they are still arriving and they will be put to work. >> how do decide who gets power first? >> most critical or hospitals and pumping stations. yesterday we were trying to restore the backbone. then you can go into the local neighborhoods. today will try
. >>> the war next door, is the obama administration downplaying the danger along the u.s.-mexico border? tonight, an exclusive nbc investigation. >>> and young hero, news about the brave teen that the whole world is pulling for. nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, there is every reason to believe the live television audience watching the vp debate tonight will be every bit as large as the last presidential debate, and because that debate was something of a game-changer, as it turned out, the stakes going into tonight are higher for two men from similar backgrounds, who are very different. for starters, this is the broadest age difference of any debate. our poll bottom team is in place tonight, our coverage includes our nbc polling numbers out tonight on this race. we want to begin with nbc's ron mott in danville, kentucky, tonight, good evening. >> reporter: hey, brian, to you, vice president joe biden will be there at that table, paul ryan the other table. the forward progress is what vp biden hopes to stop in its track. before taking off today, vice president joe biden was in a
can escape to mexico and other latin american and caribbean destinations. does not include taxes, fees or hotels. >> look at the raider from early this morning until now, we see we did have some rain this morning. it has been down it -- and out a little bit. the clouds are beginning to thin out a little bit. but the rain this morning, only a hundredth of an inch this morning. it did not amount to very much at all. since september 1, right up till yesterday, to 1/7 inches have fallen, below normal for the month -- two 0.7 inches have fallen, below normal for the month. in certain respects, we are a little short, although we seem to be rather wet. we could use a little more i guess. it is nice and green out there. the pollen is not doing much. trees, no pollen at all. grass and leaves, all in the low range. it is rather mild down in the lower eastern shore. ocean city reported with 79 degrees. there is some cooler air out there. the french decision to move through our area. it is only in the 60's in far western maryland right now. pretty good sunshine down in the lower eastern shore, whi
opens october 30. a skydiver touches the heavens as he breaks a record over new mexico. fearless felix baumgartner added 128,000 feet. on the way down, he became the first human to travel faster than the speed of sound without being inside the craft. he achieved a speed just under 834 miles per hour. he opened his parachute at 5,000 feet to complete the 10-minute jump. that was remarkable. hearings were set to begin today for five men charged with planning or assisting with the september 11 terrorist attacks and victims' families will be watching. they can watch via closed- circuit television in new jersey, massachusetts, maryland, and new york city. the suspects include kalid sheik mohammed, of the itself professed mastermind of the attacks. still ahead -- avoiding uncle sam? there is a deadline you should know about. and white it is so important to get a flu vaccine this -- what it is so important to get a flu vaccine this year. what is better, the nasal missed or the shot? we will tell you. >> looking outside. upper 60's, low 70's. a little sunshine >> in today's consumer alert, if
. >>> and late news about u.s. border patrol agent killed earlier this week along the arizona-m arizona-mexico border. nbc's mark potter is in sierra vista where he liveded with his family. good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, brian. federal investigators tell nbc news that based on evidence they've found so far, they are looking into whether this shooting may have been a friendly fire incident. agents shooting at each other. he was shot and killed early tuesday morning while responding to desert sensors that track illegal movement across the border. two other agents were with him. one was wounded. they had reported being fired upon earlier. officials blamed the shootings on armed criminals and mexican authorities say they have made two arrests relalted to the case. while u.s. investigators say they have reached no conclusions and still have a lot of work to do, they cannot rule out the possibility this was a friendly fire. >> mark, thanks. >>> overseas this evening, we've learned that after weeks of waiting for access, the fbi has now come and gone from benghazi in the last 24 hour
of mexico when their plane caught fire. they spent hours in the water, as you can see, waiting for rescue, documenting it all on an ipad. this morning those survivors are here with us for an exclusive live interview. they will tell us of their tales. >> wow. and then some more of our simple savvy silly tips. this one actually from a homeowner, justin from omaha, nebraska. tired of tangled cords. put them in a used old paper tube. >> that's clever. >> we'll have more of these, including the ultimate way to eat a cupcake. >> right, america's children have been struggling with how to figure this out. saying i would like to eat it but i want savannah to tell me how to eat it first. >> you know what, a really good tip. a lot of our virus have been sending them in so we like that. the day's top stories with natalie morales over at the news desk. >> good morning, everyone. president obama and republican challenger mitt romney come face to face tonight in their first presidential debate. tonight's event in denver could help the president maintain his slight lead in the battleground states of flor
that will continue to shift slowly to the north and east. the pressure is drawing moisture off the gulf of mexico and up to the mountains. it will grassley word to the next day and a half or so. at bwi, the total rain -- a little bit of a deficit for the month of december. it is looking promising. semin to degrees. that is average for the day. 48 for the menlo -- for the morning low. probably will not see temperatures cooling off much at all. i think it will be rain around for the morning rush hour. 55 in the coolest burster is 62 in a downtown bar to more -- 62 in downtown baltimore. even though we will see clouds and showers for tuesday and parts of wednesday, temperatures will continue to be above normal. wednesday, a few isolated showers. expected to stay mainly cloudy. thursday and friday, some sun. tomorrow, 73-78. in light southeast wind. showers are likely. western maryland, temperatures will stay in the 60's for a couple days. showers are likely to mark. 80% chance. that the minister is as we get further into the week. eastern shore, rain likely to mark. off and on. fog also in the morni
the deep water horizon oil spill in the gulf of mexico in 2010. mr. obama is right that since he took office oil production on federal lands is up in both 2009 and 2010 oil production increased even with the 14% drop last year. overall production on federal lansds is still up 10.6% since 2008. one or thing, in terms of natural gas production. natural gas production is down and declining since 2003 according to the energy information administration mainly because of off shore natural gas drilling, brian. >> andrea, another topic early on and this has come up sporadically during the campaign. what did mitt romney say and when did he say it about, quote, letting detroit go bankrupt, more specifically general motors? the president kind of threw down on that topic tonight. >> reporter: well, the president was referring to a newspaper piece that he wrote in 2008. the governor never said let them go bankrupt. he said he was in favor of a private bailout. mr. obama is correct about the fact that most people agree, private companies were not about to invest in detroit back then, only the feder
of state. we have them moving to us, about 1,300, from all sorts of places, including new mexico, oklahoma, louisiana, all over the place. and then you prepare all of your logistics and make sure you're ready to go. the key is to have your folks here on the grounds ready to go when the storm hits. >> with that army on the ground, everybody wants to know, even before they lose power, how long they should expect to be without power. >> this is going to be a long one. the challenge is a long duration of wind over the territory. we're going to have the storm coming in monday into tuesday. if the winds are above 35 to 40 miles an hour, our bucket trucks are ineffective. it's not safe. >> when you say a long one, are you talking about a week's time? >> i would say we're going to have an extended duration of outages. i cannot imagine if we get several thousands of outages, they won't extend into next weekend, but we'll have to see what hits us. this storm can change on a dime, as we've seen. >> rob gould, probably the last night you'll get sleep for a while. >> it's going to be a long one. >> oce
kind of launch in new mexico. over 600 hot air balloons took to the sky at the 41st albuquerque international balloon fiesta. pretty. this year's event featured an array of colorful balloons and one dedicated to luke skywalker's dad. good old darth vader. >>> finally, 50 husbands and wives braved hazardous conditions at the 2012 north american wife carrying championships. couples raced through an obstacle course and the winning team from finland has won the world championship the past four years in a row. okay. >>> and now for a look at your weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. what's the secret? >> my wife's been carrying me for like a decade now. >> and what does she get for that? what is the prize? >> i'm not sure. i'm just glad that she keeps coming back. well, good morning, everyone. as far as the forecast went this weekend, it all got our attention. i saw some people with hats and gloves on this weekend. the cold front swept all the way down to the gulf coast and finally the south got a little bit of that relief. highs were only in the 50s. we only hit 51 in chic
an hour, or mach 1.24. baumgartner then made a remarkably smooth landing on his feet in the new mexico desert. that feat came 65 years to the day after chuck jaeger became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound, and sunday jaeger did it again. but now that he's 89, the man known for having the right stuff was merely a passenger onboard an f-15 jet that raced across california's mojavi desert. absolutely amazing. >>> now here's a look at some other stories across america. a car plowing into a scrap metal business. luckily it happened in the middle of the night, so no one was around, kpeptd for the driver, who could be seen getting out of the car several minutes after the impact. >>> in california, it is finally home sweet home for space shuttle endeavor. we've sped up this video of what was a long, winding and two-mile-per-hour journey through the streets of l.a. this weekend. after soaring above the earth dozens of times, its final trek was to a museum where it's going to go on display later this month. >>> to new york, it's not as big as that shuttle, but this pumpkin is
put her on top. >>> this comes to us from kob in albuquerque, new mexico, where one woman might be the oldest user on facebook. maria metzker has sell the will he brated her 105th birthday with friends in her living room and her 85 friends on facebook. she can't even display her actual year of brirt on the page because the social media site doesn't give options that date back that far. >>> i'm lynn berry, this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 5:00. >> good morning. we are starting today with mild temperatures. a little bit of cloud cover, we do not expect any rain. 52 at the airport. a little bit of fog out of there. it should not affect traffic too much. we are going to start out with a little bit of clouds and fog. clouds should break up this afternoon. temperatures will sneak into the low 70's. >> the time is now 4:57. baltimore city police investigating several cases including two shootings. plus -- >> they are looking for suspects and two armed robberie
chute and floated to a landing in the new mexico desert. >> you're out there, you do not want to die in front of your parents, your girlfriend. >> reporter: it was extraordinary. nasa feels that there could be amount to be learned and the techniques that could be used on future nasa space missions. >> what happened to the capsule? >> it also came down via parachute in the new mexican desert and we're told it's in good shach good shape. >>> we're just 48 hours from the second presidential debate. the president and mitt romney are hunkered down in heavy prep mode and in last week's vice presidential debate, the debate between the top two on the ticket could be a barn burrer. >> reporter: president obama took a break this afternoon surprising supporters. he told reporters debate camp is off to a good start. >> it is going great. >> reporter: mitt romney hunkered down preparing in boston, attended church this morning with wife ann after spending saturday trying to chip away at the president's narrow lead in battleground state of ohio. romney is aiming to harness momentum after a successf
to drop 23 death the 5 miles over new mexico that can break the sound barrier. the wind halted. there is no word yet from when he will make that attempt again. >> your forecast with chief meteorologist. >> like range around the baltimore area. not all that great. you'll find the sprinkles with light showers and fog forming over night. they came in the early morning, just under 0.8 inches a month and 61 degrees at the airport. and much cooler than normal day. 28 the record low a snowflake against baltimore. the earliest however, i guess you could say that the season has begun. the low clouds, the yankees and orioles can't get away from the wet weather that is going on island along the eastern seaboard. trapping the heat against the crowd, temperatures are holding steady tonight. it is a little bit of clearing out west that will stay in the upper 40's to mid 50's overnight. it is approaching and the hen -- it shifts to the southwest. after a cloudy start, we should see breaks in the clouds as the next front is approaching to the north and west. even showers around new york, as th
mexico, and it gave us a sort of a red color, as well. and what we do here is we actually grind it in order to create the pigments that the children are using. >> and the last color -- blue -- it came from this mineral called lapis lazuli. that blue is really nice. >> the lapis lazuli blue stone was so rare and expensive, you had to get it from afghanistan, you had to hike up the hindu kush mountains, so it became tied to either the royalty or the most important cathedrals, to show that they were the ones capable and wealthy enough to get this resource. >> you might call this an illuminating experience. these students now have a new appreciation for what it once took to make a book. >> they just like discovering how long an average illuminated manuscript might take -- three to five years to make a single book is sort of a wow factor. >> i used to think that manuscripts were just like pictures of things that were just, like, beautiful. and then now i think that it's really hard to make and it takes a lot of work and that it really reflects on history. >> there's one more very imp
and a down. that is going to be a problem. >> felix want to drop 23 miles over mexico. but for the second straight day, the wind and a real problem delayed this. the next attempt will not happen until at least thursday. >> now, weather and traffic to gather. >> a quick check of the accidents we are tracking. we will start in howard county, on eastbound 32, an accident at 95, and another southbound 295 at arundal mils. if you want to travel -- watch for a crash and the city. and that cold spring. live look at 295, showing you delays forming southbound approaching 175 down toward 32. watch for an accident at arundal mills. let us check in with ava marie. good morning. >> good morning. exciting to see all of the pumpkins, apples. all of which are in season and help you celebrate people season leading into november and thanksgiving. we are live at webber's farm in parkville, we are learning about the different types of pumpkins and have available and the traits. they are famous for their apple cider doughnuts. we will get fresh ones when we come back. before cost feels like fall. as richard p
into the number two or number three positions in a growing market. between mexico and brazil, that's almost 60% latin american corrugated business. we've got a strong position in mexico and now we've got the footprint in brazil. >> now, when my dad was selling corrugated paper for international paper, the one thing that we knew was that only wholesalers knew what corrugated paper was. it used to be one of those things where big businesses knew. we all get packages now at home. we come home every night and there's a package from amazon that's in corrugated. everybody ships them because of the internet. how do you think that the holiday season is going to be for international paper, because of all this internet ordering? >> we were talking about that this morning, with, you know, one of the interviews, and when you slice apart our corrugated packaging business, it goes into so many end-use markets. online retailing looks like, at this point, it's going to be stronger than last year. because we see some strength in that segment of our corrugated box business as we go into the holidays. >> i know
and these are developing as moist air comes out of the gulf of mexico and comes on top of a cold front. 80's right now in southern virginia and the carolina's. 66 degrees in storage, but 80 at the airbase. you see the temperature contrast. south the southeast wind blowing warm air on top of the cooler air producing rain in the region and we will deal with a few isolated showers. we're not talking about the flooding we had earlier but it will stay cloudy. isolated showers and temperatures staying really studied, 62-69 tonight. that's about where we are in most areas right now. they may be rising a bit of the warm front gets closer later tonight and tomorrow morning. temperatures could get up in the 70's. low pressure pulling the warm front of the eastern seaboard and this will have warmer than normal temperatures and the possibility of the clouds are thin enough that we could see low to mid 80's for a few days and it will be monday with the tropical air coming up out of the gulf. october will feel partially summary. only a few spotty showers expected thursday with a 20% chance of asia are popping up. f
mexico run by sunland incorporated. nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our customers. as a precautionary step, we have decided to voluntarily recall our almond butter, peanut butter, and cash shoe butters, tahini products as well. >> classic salmonella symptoms, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps. they usually go away anywhere from 4 to 7 days. the symptoms can be worse. >> reporter: four people have had to be hospitalized. two thirds of she's cases involve kids under ten. >> the elderly, people with compromised immune systems and pregnant women are most vulnerable. if you have any of these recalled products throw them away or return them to the store. for a complete list, go to our website >> thanks for your reporting tonight. >>> still ahead as we continue along the way this evening. a local television anchorwoman gets an e-mail from a viewer saying she's too heavy. then she goes on the air to take it on directly. we'll show you what happened. >>> later, something's missing from the lone star state these days. why texas may ne
to you. full speed at 7:00. we're watching low pressure off to the south coming from the gulf of mexico. that will give a some rain tonight and tomorrow. you can see the rain approaching from the south. it will continue to track to the north. probably after 10:00 p.m. tonight. i think we'll get through the evening commute without any rain. the fog is pretty thick in the western suburbs. 47 in mount airy. a chilly start for us. 55 degrees in the city. becoming mostly cloudy. it will state dry but chill -- it will stay dry but chilly. not a steady rain on tuesday. high temperature of 75. 79 on wednesday. 74 on thursday. a front will come through friday and saturday. temperatures in the 60's by sunday. >> the orioles are back in the postseason for the first time in 15 years. kim dacey joins us live with reaction to the season. >> fans cannot be more excited. the orioles swept the red sox this weekend. that win coupled with the angels' loss has guarantee them a spot in the playoffs for the first time since 1997. they are still tied with the yankees for first place in the a.l. east. the fina
away free round- trip flights. travelers can escape to mexico and other destinations. the free flights does not include taxes. if a hacker gets a hold of your information, you should act fast. >> so much of our personal data is stored in so many places. >> the sophistication level of the breaches is getting better. sometimes it becomes harder to detect that you're a victim. >> you should have a plan before a breach occurs. never use the same password twice. having your own monitoring system, possibly spotting a breach before your financial institution. >> you can institute a monitoring philosophy. look at your accounts online everyday to make sure every transaction you see is yours. >> consider signing up for programs every time a debit or transaction takes place. if your information has been compromised, act fast. >> get ready to spend more when booking your ticket home for the holidays. jane king has the bloomberg business report. hi, jane. >> hello, stan. your news feed on facebook may be full of postings covering last night's presidential debate. if you have a message, you have a c
in the emerging markets in china or south korea or mexico are really helping us to capitalize on what has been a solid trend here in north america. >> one of the big weaknesses in due pot was titanium dioxide, a whitener which has been responsible for 60% of the growth in the last two quarters. you are a buyer of titanium dioxide. i presume that dupont's woes could be good for your company. >> we've experienced quite a bit of inflation over the past two years. and still, year over year in the third quarter here in 2012, the prices for tio 2 in north america are higher than they were a year ago. that trend has changed during 2012. we have seen some declines, prices are still higher than they were last year, but we are finally getting moderation in this chemical commodity that is an important component in our formulations and we think this would be a help for us going forward as we no longer have to engage in these aggressive measures to reduce the impact of this tio2 inflation in our raw material cost picture. >> one last question, when you are doing this deal with georgia gulf, people can tend
record today by heading out of this world. attempting a 23 mile skydive over new mexico. we are told he could break the sound barrier which means he would be moving at supersonic speed. if you buy your groceries at giant, there is a new recall you need to know about. why they are pulling insurgents gelato. >> why occasions middle of our require cards. >> checking of the accident on the jfx, we will update conditions there and check for problems elsewhere. weather and traffic together. >> roads are a little wet out there. leaving little extra time for yourself as it traveled. franklin town road and lawrence wrote. word of an accident there on the southwest side of the city. back to normal on the jfx. everything is clear. southbound travel looking good. 64 lost power on southdown 93. if you want to travel on eastbound 1-70 from 29, 62 mph. give it a live in view of traffic and an update on 95 at fort mchenry. coming toward us, southbound, no delays. the roads are wet. be extra careful on all of the area roads as you plan your commute. the jfx. southbound traffic very light from the beltwa
new mexico-based sunderland, inc was linked to several cases of sergio vieira de mello. sold at trader joe's, target foods and safeway. for more information, head to our website, >>> it's a girl for drew barrymore and her art consultant husband will kopelman. baby olive barrymore kopelman was born last wednesday is welcomed by the whole family and yahoo! ceo has a new baby to welcome. the 37-year-old says she plans to work from home very briefly before returning to yahoo! headquarters within one to two weeks. >>> play time is never boring with a 450-pound bengal tiger at wildlife park in arizona. the 12-year-old cat likes to go swimming with trainer jeff harwell. jeff jumps into the water and the tiger slashes in right behind mimicking the behavior of tigers in the wild going after their prey. as long as the prey is not the trainer. five minutes after the hour. let's go back outside to al with a check of the weather. actually inside. >> it's a great trick, but can i only do it once. anyway, let's see what's going on. any time you can get a daffy duck line in. got a risk of s
? in mexico, a ton of gold mines that were closed because gold was $200. if we get to $2,000, will lots of mines open? >> the expiration right now, the gold mines are much lower grade gold mines, you have to build much bigger mines, they are more complicated to build, and they are not economic to build. there is lots of gold to be found in nevada, but every time they find it, it looks like an uneconomic gold mine. even if it is, it will take ten years to permit it in nevada. >> i think you have that great niche. so glad you watch the show and came on, these are the kinds of companies that need to be bought, if you don't want to own the gld. i don't want the individual risk of the gold you deal with. thank you to sandstorm gold. it had a big run since last friday. if you like gold, sandstorm goes higher. >>> coming up, smart speculation. as science and technology converge, ground-breaking developments in medicine continue to emerge. cramer is focusing in on one biotech that could be on the verge of a major move. 5-hour e? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer
a daredevil is preparing for a plunge over new mexico that could land him squarely in the record books. but he is putting his life on the line. >> jenna, this is truly amazing. felix bombgartner planes it jum from 20 miles up. breaking a 52-year-old altitude record and the sound barrier in the process. >> a supersonic free-fall from the edge of space. austrian daredevil felix bomb gartner is attempting to break the record for the highest ever skydive and become the first human to break the sound barrier without a spacecraft. >> still talking about breaking the speed of sound in an airplane. but a human? >> if all goes as planned, a balloon will lift felix through the atmosphere in a pressurized capsule at a height of 20,000 feet. bombgartner said he will then just jump. >> i will slide the door open. bailout. and be the first human person in free-fall to break the speed of sound. >> 1.2. >> this is the team's second attempt at the record. the first scrapped when winds exceeded limits on inflating the ultra thin balloon. >> here would we go, buddy. >> balmgartner made two tests. one from 72,000
drinking. >> singing. but first this is "today" on nbc. >>> a group of monks who live in few mexico spend their days reading, praying, working and singing. and they also brew their own beer. >> and they've been signed by a major recording label. they're releasing their debut album called "monks in the desert, blessings, peace and harmony." we're so happy to have you with us today. welcome, gentlemen. congratulations on the record deal. >> how did that feel like? >> justin bieber must be so nervous. >> was it great news? >> we couldn't imagine it. >> somebody found out about you and said there's a record deal here. and you brew your own beer. we love that. we have to give it a try. >> we certainly do. >> okay. what are you going to be singing for us today? . >> it's called alleluia. the just will flourish. >> we're so excited. here they are. ♪ ♪ alleluia, alleluia ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> beautiful. >> so soothing. >> i think it will be billboard with a bullet. i really do. thank you, gentlemen. god bless you all for coming. really appreciate it. thank you fo
of sight on 1300 of those folks en route from as far away as new mexico, texas, louisiana, oklahoma and we'll bed them down and get them place. they should start arriving tomorrow and we'll put them at one of four staging areas. so the goal is to have them in place ready to respond once the storm hits so they can begin restoration. >> what can residents do ahead of the storm? >> what i'm going to do today, go home, take the stuff off the deck, try to put it away, make sure you don't have projectiles out there but from a power situation, make sure that you have all your contingencies in place, a backup plan, flashlights, portable radio. if you use a portable generator, move it away from the home, not near window or the garage because fumes can back up and become deadly. >> we gave information about if you have limbs that look like they need to be taken down, call y'all? >> we're at a point where that's impractable. we have been on a regular routine of tree trimming. the ones that will not lose power as a result of tree trimming efforts will understand that's a necessity but at this point th
hour when he jumped sunday from 24 miles high above the new mexico desert. no one has ever reached such a speed wearing only a high-tech suit. >>> social security recipients will be getting a benefits boost in january, just not a big one. the annual increase is expected to fall between 1% and 2% because inflation has risen by less than 2% in the past year. the typical retiree can expect to get an extra $12 to $24 a month. >>> "taken 2" is number one at the box office again. liam neeson's action sequel narrowly won over ben affleck's "argo," an iranian hostage thriller and "sinister" about a true crime writer caught up in a supernatural horor, debuted at number three. >>> and chanel has rolled out teasers for a new ad campaign. it features its first ever male spokesperson so feast your eyes on what you see of brad pitt. more of brad does appear in the full-length commercial, so they didn't waste that handsome face. it is now four minutes after the hour. back over to al with a check of the weather. oh, al. al. al. al. >> thank you, natalie. >> you've got a handsome face, too, al. let
in and they are coming as far west as new mexico and oklahoma. we want to utilize them rather than sitting and waiting for the storm to pass. but they won't be as effective as if we didn't have the weather. >> it helps knowing that this coming. >> huge. we didn't have this opportunity to bring in people in advance before. we get the 3,000 the next couple days or takes into the later part of the week we will have more resources than before. that will be the differentiator. >> tony has been putting the model of the storm up and looks like it will be further north, new jersey versus right here in the chesapeake bay area. that the is pwwelcome news. >> it helps with flooding because we have natural goes flooding that can occur. but once you get to the winds, when it comes it electric power it is really just all relative. whether 55-mile-per-hour gust others 65 it will take a toll. >> a lot of folks are mentioning the robocall. what is that about? only done that once. we did it before ire reason making -- irene. we made the call in advance to let customers know the storm is coming. you had to be under a
as new mexico or oklahoma. we are staging them. we are doubling down on the resources given the magnitude of what we expect. >> you have to compete with other states. we have new jersey, delaware. >> we are competing with other states and canada to be honest with you. the states to the west are holding their crews because of the fear of the snow warnings. the ones to the south have held a bit. hopefully they will release theirs and we will pull from them. we have the crews in place now to start working. in about an hour they will hit the street. you will see trucks and meter reader vehicles that will not be reading meters but will be patrolling the area. you may see them sitting hunker the down but when the bonds come through and it is clear they will restore power. >> i know it is hard to answer this but with 3,000 personnel in last time during the durecho people were out of power seven to eight days. how much time could it be? >> the 3,000 is the target. we have about 1,600 probably by the time we get it tomorrow or the next day. still will be a lengthy time. we will have to get out an
footprint. but our core markets which are texas, oklahoma, new mexico and a little bit of louisiana, have fabulous dem graphics and are very, very large. if you picked up our existing footprint and spread it out, our territory is as big as boston to new orleans. it's a large territory. huge growth. we see the opportunity to build a larger, stronger business continuing in our trends in the coming years. >> one thing occurred to me, we have seen from time-to-time, sunoco got bought out by energy transfer and circle k, others in the business. why have they not done mlp similar to this? we don't have a lot without a lot of risk. >> i think that we are the first to take advantage of the mlp structure inside the fuel distribution side of the business. but there are other companies, i think, that study it hard. there may be other names that come to market this year. >> let's talk about fuel. we are very interested in natural gas, texas, oklahoma. huge amount of natural gas. would you ever see that stripes would ever have compressed natural gas pumps? >> jim, i think we will have a couple of site
by elvis presley. >> in denver and albuquerque, new mexico was crossing the line for one family. last week a family discovered someone had rearranged their front porch furniture. first they thought their teenaged daughter was responsible, but video proved otherwise. the early morning passer-by rearranged the furniture. they decided to laugh off for now, but if it happens again, they will call the police. >> very interesting. >> 6:41. 62 degrees at the airport. >> and several problem spots out there on the roads including one on southbound 295. details coming up. >> all of the models are coming up with a different idea of what sandy will do. the weather forecast just ahead. cloudy right now, the temperature 62 at the a >> welcome back. the time is 6:44. a taxicab driver in critical condition, shot during a robbery in east baltimore. the 32-year-old driver was transporting a fair after 8:30 when the suspect pulled a gun, demanded money and shot him in the chest while still driving. the car can do a shot on a north central avenue, new details on the suspect. >> and anne arundal county judge a
's like in japan, china, brazil, canada. mexico. and these are doing very well. >> they are indeed. we're in 21 countries and with the exception of a few countries in europe, the rest of the world is actually doing really well. including some of the places in europe and northern europe, the u.k., turning the corner. so something europe has still got a ways to go. i would say the world after three or four years of being very soft in our business has really firmed up and is doing quite well. >> okay. how do you deal with the perception of the gloom and doom? in other words, if someone were to turn you on and say this man obviously has no real exposure to the economies, he would know better than you, but no one has the exposure you have? >> this is not new news, the fact that europe is in trouble is not new news. that has been more than adequately reflected in our valuation. in fact, i did the math at one point. i thought it was 3-x the real impact on us. so i think that's the old news. i think the new news is that after four years of virtually no construction, these markets are getting b
. again, less than a year later we had a massive oil spill,s as everyone knows in the gulf of mexico. yet again, president obama was here helping the sunshine state. helping florida. this is a guy who has really reached across the aisle, was truly bipartisan, wanted to help people because we were in a time of need. >> you know, governor, i talked to a lot of voters in my time here and many who voted for president obama last night time, and they expressed some hesitation, some disappointment, they're looking around. you know, the economy is starting to come back but unemployment is still higher here than the national average, in the epicenter of the foreclosure crisis. why shouldn't people look at the president and say you should have done better? we could have been better off? >> well, he was dealt a very difficult deck of cards, to put it mildly. he comes into office and we have the worst recession since the great depression. what could be more difficult than that? but, you know, he had a cool head. he did the right thing. passed the recovery act. that was not easy to do. i was happy to
world championship. new mexico native jeb corliss was among the favorites, but a south african jumper took the top prize. >>> and dogs, well, they're just like us. so what really happens when they get their day started after you leave work? same old thing, they fight with the alarm clock, they throw on a shirt, do some dental hygiene, grab a bite for breakfast, of course, and then they hit the couch for some quality tv watching. time to change the channel, it's a dog's life all right. that's genius. it's now five minutes after the hour, love it. driving off to work. back over to al for another check of the weather. >> that is fantastic. oh, thanks so much, natalie. >>> all right. let's see what we've got for you. starting off, we've got this big system that is pushing its way from canada all the way down to texas. heavy rain down through the gulf coast. we've got showers also around the great lakes, behind the system, some wrap around snow coming in, high wind warnings, high wind watches and wind advisories from bismarck down to tulsa. and as we go ahead of the system, we've got a lot
bedroom. keeps it clean i guess. neighboring new mexico, a beautiful house in santa fe. >> santa fe has old-fashioned homes and doesn't get more old-fashioned than this. this is like a tiny little package with a big surprise on the inside. it's across from santa fe downtown, and it's a blast from the past. inside, look at that, would you suspect that looking on the outside? >> no way. >> the main living areas have the steel spiral case, two of them in the house, and that one leads to the loft, totally empty except for the skinny mini table. i don't get what's going on there. the bath is a hoot, modern, the sculptures tub. looks like somebody just plopped, laid an egg in there, you know what i mean, chubby kid or dad, plop them right in there. it looks out to the open desert out back and the sky ceilings and sky lights and cement floors radiantly heated. >> 275,000. great for that price. barbara corcoran, thank you so much. >>> coming up, taylor swift to jessica and justin's wedding, the hottest news from the world of entertainment, right after this. [ ding dong ] hey -- little m&m's! wo
for the death this week of a border patrol agent along the arizona-mexico border. agent nicolas ivey and two others were responding to an alarm triggered by a censor aimed at detecting people entering the u.s. illegally. ivey was fatally shot. another agent was wounded. >>> health officials say there are now 47 cases in seven states of people sickened by a deadly meningitis outbreak. five people have died after receiving steroid shots for back pain. those shots made by the new england compounding center may have been contaminated with fungal meningitis. >>> food and drug officials confirm that salmonella has been found in new mexico-based sunland, a plant that makes peanut butter products for trader joe's and several other large national grocery trains. the trader joe's peanut butter is now linked to 35 salmonella illnesses in 17 states, most of them california and texas. >>> italy's mount etna is rumbling again. signs of registered activity in a recently opened crater this week. europe's tallest active volcano has seen nine eruptive events this year, but experts say it isn't likely to erupt
before sunrise in rosswell, new mexico as the red bull team laid out the balloon and fearless felix slipped into his spacesuit and capsule. he's made harrowing jumps before in brazil and croatia from 15 and 18 miles high, but sunday's mission was about breaking a free fall record that had stood since 1960 when joe kitinger jumped from 19.5 miles high and also breaking his sound barrier. if the suit tore the former australian paratrooper faced certain death. he was on the "today" show last week. >> i like the challenge. >> reporter: sunday after a brief burst of wind baumgartner's balloon got the green light. >> there's the release, and there's the applause. >> reporter: two and a half hours later he was standing where no man had stood before with joe kitinger on the radio. >> and our guardian angel will take care of you. >> reporter: out of the capsule felix was a bullet, 833 miles per hour, mach 1.24, exceeding the speed of sound, and then with his space mask fogging up what looks like a terrifying out-of-control flat spin before he stabilized. finally four and a half minutes later
happens to be las vegas, new mexico, nevada, just moved a city. mostly sunny and hot. 90 degrees, and as we show you this, more rain in southern florida. they cannot get a break. looking at a cold front bringing a big change in temperatures back through the plains. look at this 42 degrees, 46 degrees up in minneapolis. we expect 69 in beautiful seattle. all along the front we've got showers from western new york back into the lower mississippi river valley, plenty of sunshine >> good morning.lantic coas it will turn out to be a beautiful day with temperatures 10 degrees above average. mostly sunny skies expected . >> and don't forget you can get that weather any time you need, it especially this weekend. go to the weather channel on cable or david? >> coming up some fantastic bacon recipes and our friday with segment coming up right after this. [ female announcer ] dove go sleeveless presents the latest thing to wear with beautiful tops. beautiful underarms. wear with toga tops, yoga tops, and va va voom tops! dove go sleeveless makes underarms soft and smooth in jus
and mexico. >> clearly, the audience for facebook that continue to grow is going to be global. >> reporter: today, facebook is posting its first ad ever online translated in 15 different languages. >> these are things people use to get together so they can open up and connect. >> reporter: to date, facebook users have liked something 1.18 trillion times. checked in somewhere 17 billion times, and shared an astonishing 219 billion photos. but they've also connected in ways few could have predicted. >> a facebook page set up to support whitney has gotten thousands of likes with its stop bullying message. >> i posted that photo on facebook, my kid looks really sick. within the first hour, three friends telling me to go to the hospital, it could be kawasaki disease. >> countless other stories untold. 1 billion users and growing. what's not to like? >> and with all those users logging on, facebook say people have friended each other 140 billion times and despite the strength in the mobile world they say they have 600 million mobile users, savannah. >> that's amazing. >> it is. >> connected the
've got high pressure out over the pacific, low pressure over mexico. between the two, that's going to set up santa ana winds, very gusty conditions, and that could make for some fire danger, extreme fire danger throughout parts of southern california. that's what'ia >> good morning. the winds have shifted to the east. clouds will break up this afternoon and it will still be relatively mild, high near 72. >>> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al, thank you very much. now to colorado and more on that startling arrest in the kidnapping and murder of 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. a 17-year-old is behind bars and will be charged in connection with that case. this morning, miguel almaguer is in golden, colorado. >> reporter: detectives say the suspect is a local boy, a teenager accused and responsible for a horrific crime that rocked this community. >> reporter: police say the suspect is 17-year-old austin sigg, a teenager accused of kidnapping and murdering 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. she disappeared october 5th. the fifth grader last seen walking to school, her dismembered
to mission chrome in new mexico, as well as his family and friends. >> i had tears in my eyes when i was coming back. >> reporter: his parachute deployed and felix glided safely back to earth. >> let me tell you, when i was standing there on top of the world, you become so humble, you want to come back alive, you know, because you do not want to die in front of your parents, your girlfriend and all these people watching this. >> reporter: felix baum is with us exclusively. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> can you believe you did that? >> it is still hard to understand what happened. but slowly, it's coming. >> starting to sink in a little bit? wh what's it like to watch that video now? >> kind of interesting, it represents exactly what i thought was going to happen because i have been told that i'm going to spin and there's no way to not spin. and the problem is you have to find a solution how to stop the spin because you cannot practice for supersonic speed. you either go for it or you don't. but the time you step off, you have about 40 seconds to find out how to st
the result of fallout from the deep water horizon oil spill in the gulf of mexico in 2010. mr. obama is right that since he took office oil production on federal lands is up in both 2009 and 2010 oil production increased. so even with the 14% drop last year, overall production on federal lands is still up 10.6% since 2008. one other thing in terms of natural gas production, natural gas production on federal lands is down and has been declining since 2003 according to the energy information administration mainly because of a decline in offshore natural gas drilling. brian. >> another topic early on and this has come up sporadically during the campaign. what did mitt romney say and when did he say it about, quote, letting detroit go bankrupt, more specifically general motors? the president kind of threw down on that topic tonight. >> the president was referring to a newspaper piece that romney wrote in 2008. the governor never said let detroit go bankrupt. that was a headline by the newspaper. romney is in favor of a managed bailout, a managed bankruptcy where private investors would go in and
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